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iMessages are about to get some way better features

Between WhatsApp, Facebook Messenger and the other apps designed solely to stop you from using your phone to - you know – phone people, we’re practically spoiled for choice for free texting options these days.

Apple, it seems, have cottoned on, revealing plans to pimp its iMessage service with a barrage of cool new features as part of the new iOS 10 update and get us all back on side.

Here's a look at what you'll be getting.

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